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Old 08-07-2007, 04:44 PM   #1
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Looking at RV with "air leveling"--no actual jacks. Do you know anything about them? Thanks
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Old 08-07-2007, 06:22 PM   #3
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My London Aire has the Hadley Air System as a backup to the HWH auto leveling system.

I was told at the Newmar factory recently that, even in a perfect world, the air systems will leak down over time...

I've used the Hadley system several times for several days, when I was in an excess slope condition according to the HWH and it worked fine....Kind of weird to feel it take effect,but worked fine.
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My coach has air leveling only. It is quick and easy. No putting down boards under jacks. I suppose if the parking area were too slopped you might want to drive on boards, but I have never had to do that yet.
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Old 08-22-2007, 07:29 PM   #5
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My coach has air leveling. I think it is great. It is an HWH system. It has an air pump to maintain level after the engine is shut down. I have been parked for over 6 months at a time and it continues to stay level. The system checks for level every 30 minutes and adjusts as necessary which is not very often. I also think air level is more stable than jacks. The air bags are usually further apart/closer to outside of the coach than jacks. I have had friends complain about their rigs equipped with jacks moving in windy conditions while mine hardly moved at all.
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